A charming, stone end-terraced cottage in Laugharne, created from a barn conversion to offer homely holiday accommodation, set down a quiet little road within an easy walk of all that this picturesque town has to offer.
With a double bedroom, two singles and a family bathroom, this Laugharne cottage is ideal for smaller families or adult groups.
Park in the private car park next to the cottage and choose your entrance - through the pretty little front courtyard into the welcoming hallway, or up some steps directly into the rear patio.
Guests at this lovely Laugharne cottage will find a very well-equipped, sunny kitchen with dining area, or why not take your meal outside to appreciate the peaceful atmosphere?
A comfortable sitting room is perfect for quiet time, whether you wish to dive into a good book or enjoy a movie night with loved ones at the close of an active day.
Spending your holiday in such an idyllic location is certain to create lasting memories of this beautiful area, with quiet walks on offer around the romantic castle ruins and stunning Taf Estuary, and scrumptious afternoon teas in the town awaiting your return.
Follow the footsteps of the renowned poet Dylan Thomas, and soak up the sweeping estuary sights that inspired him from his quaint writing shed, just a few minutes’ walk from your Laugharne cottage.
If you wish to venture a little further, the array of activities is endless.
The famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a walker’s paradise, with its outstanding sandy beaches and towering clifftop trails, can be joined within a short walk, or you can take part in family fun at nearby theme parks, take a ride on the steam railway or simply enjoy some retail therapy.
Through the seasons, you’ll find this welcoming Laugharne holiday cottage a perfect base in which to relax, reflect and plan your days out in this charming corner of Wales.
About the location
Tenby 16 miles.
Laugharne, with its majestic castle standing on a low ridge overlooking the wide Taf River Estuary, is famous for its associations with the poet Dylan Thomas, and a visit to his Boat House and the writing shed where he wrote most of his works is a wonderful experience. Beautiful walks in and around the castle, with breathtaking views of the estuary, can be followed by cream teas in quaint little tea rooms, a drink in the local pub or shopping in the gift shops and mini market. The nearby sandy beach at Pendine is where many land speed records have been famously set on its seven mile stretch of beautiful flat sand, and a little further afield are the seaside resorts of Tenby and Saundersfoot. With walks in all directions, great days out at castles, mills and craft centres galore, this is a perfect base for all the family, at any time of the year.